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Teaching Nationalism with Technology

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This is a PDF of a Goal Directed Instructional Design Plan that can be utilized as an introductory lesson to the concept of Nationalism for High School level students. This Design plan is intended to introduce the concepts and elements of Nationalism, while implementing technology and student led learning. This lesson plan indicates purpose of lesson, materials, objectives, assessment ect. Any history teacher who is unsure of how to introduce such a controversial topic to students of all... More
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Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: March 26, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 21, 2017
Keywords: Nationalism, Imperialism, Colonialism, Congress of Vienna


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Avatar for Samantha Forster
5 years ago

Samantha Forster (Teacher (K-12))

I liked the group research component of this lesson plan.  I also really enjoy the content of your design, it was very detailed and easy for the reader to follow.  The topic is great! You will definitely hook the students with the comparison to their school.

There is good variety of instructional strategies and various ways of presentation including verbal and visual.  The only thing I would suggest is research more tools they could use for presentation, or giving more choice to the students to get the desired information across to the class.

Avatar for Pam Pilant
5 years ago

Pam Pilant (Teacher (K-12))

I liked the group collaboration piece and the way that students could choose their presentation method.  The journal warmup would be very helpful to get students in the right frame of mind.

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